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‘Red Notice’ exceeds expectations

Over the long and restful break, I decided to entertain and relax myself with a good movie and a cup of hot cocoa. What I found in my search was Netflix’s top pick of the week, “Red Notice.” “Red Notice” follows an international art thief and the FBI agent that is assigned to his case. […]

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Is Marvel’s ‘Eternals’ a superhero movie?

Marvel Studios’ “Eternals”  is for an audience with an acquired taste. This film scratches the surface of a brand new genre. Producers have created what I’d like to call softcore action, where there’s an emphasis on the dreamy and dramatic aspect of the film, but they also pay less attention to the superheroes, the action […]

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‘Last Night in Soho’ is a cry for better horror movies

“Last Night in Soho,” is new to theaters and presents an exciting concept for viewers to follow. The American psychological and horror film takes the meaning of a nightmare to another level. The film was directed by Edgar Wright, most known for his work on “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” and for his unique, creative […]

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‘You’ is back with more psychological twists and turns

Season three of Netflix’s hit series “You” was released on Oct. 15 and it is already stirring up conversation. This season follows the charming and psychotic killer Joe Goldberg, played by Penn Badgley, and his newly wedded wife, Love Quinn. Joe and Love aren’t the typical couples, but viewers still thought of their relationship as […]

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Is Netflix’s “ClickBait” worth the watch?

Netflix’s new limited mini-series “ClickBait” starts off with a bang, a twist and an interesting mystery. With a fitting title, Netflix somehow convinced me to watch another one of their shows. I’ll be the first to admit, the streaming app has had some really terrible shows in the past, but this one might not be […]

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‘Moxie’ births a new take on feminism

Netflix’s new film ‘Moxie’ is a relevant topical discussion on feminism, patriarchy and sexism and it couldn’t have come at a better time. ‘Moxie,’ which was released on March 3 and directed by the talented Amy Poehler follows a shy teenager who not only becomes tired of being ignored but of the mistreatment she and […]

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